The Detroit & Toledo Shore Line Railroad, jointly owned by the Grand Trunk Western and the Nickel Plate, was a bridge route linking Detroit industries with the Toledo rail gateway. For road power it relied on a small fleet of Mikado (2-8-2) type locomotives. Tom Rock of T.D.R. Productions supplied this photo of Mikado No. 22 at an engine terminal, possibly in Toledo where the D&TSL used the trackage of the Toledo Terminal Railroad, but no information is available about the photographer and date. This locomotive belonged to the D&TSL's first group of 2-8-2s, class 21, came from Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1924 essentially following the USRA light Mikado design. They had a driving wheel diameter of 63 inches, 26x30-inch cylinders, and a boiler pressure of 200 p.s.i. Weighing 311,440 pounds, they mustered 54,724 pounds of tractive effort. Their evaporative heating surface totaled 3850 square feet, plus 918 square feet of superheating surface and a 67-square-foor grate area.